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Maryland has spent millions on emergency contracts to improve COVID vaccine rollout, but few details made public

March 12, 2021

Maryland health officials have signed at least two emergency contracts to improve the state’s rollout of COVID-19 vaccine, committing taxpayers to spending tens of millions of dollars while providing few public details of how the money would be spent. The contracts, obtained by The Baltimore Sun through a public records request, show acting state Health Secretary Dennis R. Schrader signed the contracts earlier this year for consulting services from Ernst & Young and call center services from Digital Mobile Innovations.

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